This study, which appeared as Chapter 9 in Volume 2 of the Cambridge Medieval History (New York, 1913), was written by the distinguished historian Norman H. Baynes. Chapter 9 ["The Successors of Justinian"] describes the period from ca. 565-641. Topics include: Accession and Policy of Justin II; Negotiations with Persia; Avars and Turks; The Persian War; Policy of Tiberius; Tiberius Emperor; Maurice Emperor; Chosroes restored by Maurice; Campaigns on the Danube; Phocas Emperor--Character of Maurice; Persian War; Revolt of Africa--Heraclius Emperor; Persian War--Capture of Jerusalem; The Avar Surprise; Invasion of Persia; Siege of Constantinople; Battle of Nineveh--March on Ctesiphon; Peace with Persia; Character of Heraclius.
Includes Title Page, Table of Contents, Chapter 9 (pp. 263-301), Bibliography for Chapter 9 (p. 747-757), and Chronological Table in 59 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google, article extracted and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.